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Hello,Recently i lost my database and later was able to recover it and restore it back to its original file location. Since then i have been trying to open the database file but i get this error message "this file is not a database". The file recovered is a .fdb file.
I have also tried creating a new database but i still get an error "The TCP/IP connection's 'host' is not answering (TCP/IP errorECONNREFUSED)."Kindly assist.
When trying to connect from the fin.exe client, check the Advanced tab and make sure it is using the correct protocol.
Hope that helps!
i checked the advanced tab and under the file attributes both the two check boxes are checked.. is that correct?
Please include a screenshot of what you see under the "General" and "Advanced" tabs when trying to open the database file from fin.exe (after excluding any personal or sensitive info that might be showing).
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